Belkin UltraHD High Speed 4K HDMI Cable (2m)
This HDMI cable provides the ultimate 4K HDR viewing experience for connecting your Apple TV 4K to your TV or A/V receiver.* It is Dolby Vision HDR compatible and supports up to 7680-by-4320 resolution* and bandwidth up to 48 Gbps.
Supports up to 7680-by-4320 resolution
Bandwidth up to 48 Gbps
What’s in the Box
Belkin UltraHD 4K HDMI Cable
Length: 2 metres (6.5 feet)
UPC or EAN No.: 745883741472
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* Apple TV 4K only supports 4K resolution—up to 4096 by 2160. Not all content is available in 4K or 8K HDR. 4K resolution requires 4K-capable TV. 8K resolution requires 8K-capable TV. Playback quality will depend on hardware and Internet connection.
Answers from the community
Does any HDMI cable supports 4K or just this one
- Asked by Santiago P from Bogotá
- on 18 Sep. 2017
4K is just the resolution (3840×2160px). There is a bit more to it. HDMI cables are differentiated b 4K is just the resolution (3840×2160px). There is a bit more to it. HDMI cables are differentiated by their bandwidth: 5 Gbps (original standard), 10 Gbps (High Speed), 18 Gbps (Premium High Speed), 48 Gbps (Ultra High Speed). The required bandwidth is determined by resolution, frame rate, bit depth, chroma subsampling. If you intend to watch at some point HDR content and/or high frame rate content, in combination with 4K, then you will want at least a 18 Gbps (Premium High Speed) cable. Any such HDMI cable will suffice for equipment with HDMI 2.0/HDCP 2.2 ports. Note that all commercially available 4K content requires HDCP 2.2, which requires HDMI 2.0 ports. So while lower bandwidth HDMI 1.4 could be sufficient for *some* 4K content, in practice you would need higher bandwidth capable HDMI 2.0 equipment to view 4K movies anyway. To avoid that the cable can become the bottleneck for high resolution viewing, it is advised to use at least 18 Gbps (Premium High Speed) HDMI cables, all the way from source to output.
- Answered by Alan D
- on 12 Apr. 2019
is this cable compatible with non 4k tv's?
- Asked by Sam & Rosa C from Adelaide
- on 28 Jun. 2018
HDMI cables all have the same port on the end. The difference is that the newer version of the cable HDMI cables all have the same port on the end. The difference is that the newer version of the cable 2.1 (the most commonly used is 2.0) in this case has a higher bandwidth enabling 4k video at 140hz (the hertz rating is the FPS) where as the older cable will only do 4k at 60hz. the answer is yes this cable is compatible with any TV, monitor, dvd player or many other products as long as they have a HDMI port on them, but if you buy this cable or any other HDMI 2.1 cable it will allow for better quality and future proofing if you decide to get a better tv or other HDMI compatible product.
- Answered by Tiaki H from Auckland
- on 26 Jul. 2018
Will this run @60Hz with my external 4K monitor?
- Asked by Oleksandr R from Millbrae
- on 24 Mar. 2019